MARTINEZ – Contra Costa County Supervisor Diane Burgis, District 3, announced that Teresa Gerringer is joining her team, effective Monday, March 11, 2019. Gerringer will support Supervisor Burgis in communications and special projects, including jumping into the County’s Census 2020 efforts.
“I am very excited to add Teresa’s extensive background and expertise to my team. She knows the district, has strong relationships with local leaders, and has a good grasp of the opportunities and challenges facing the district.”
Before joining Burgis’ staff, Gerringer served as district director for Senator Steve Glazer, whose 7th Senate District includes the cities and towns represented by Supervisor Burgis. Gerringer was elected to the Lafayette City Council in November, after serving as a longtime member of the Lafayette School District Governing Board. She has also managed political campaigns and served in leadership positions in local, regional, and state non-profit and education advocacy groups.
She received her bachelor’s degree in public administration from Indiana University, and her master’s in business administration from Pepperdine University.
“Supervisor Burgis is a thoughtful, passionate public servant, and I’m honored to be able to work with her and her team to solve problems and make a difference in the lives of the residents of District 3.”
Supervisor Diane Burgis represents District 3, the largest of the five Contra Costa County Board of Supervisor districts, which includes Antioch, Bethel Island, Brentwood, Byron, Discovery Bay, Knightsen, and Oakley in East Contra Costa County and Blackhawk, Diablo and Tassajara Valley in the southern portion of the district.